To Robert Channing, every mind is like an open book.
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If one were to drop a bag of sand from a high elevation, it would not bounce. Instead, the impact would splinter into a million shock waves throughout the sand particles.
A UB professor has been awarded what is believed to be the largest single grant ever given to a philosopher.
Seeking to address a shortage of instruction days under New York State Education Department policy, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Graduate School Kerry Grant proposed a change to the spring 2002 semester calendar at last Wednesday's Faculty Senate Executive Committee.
A local group of business leaders flexed their philanthropic muscles, pooling their resources to award scholarships and internships to civic and business-minded UB students.
A diverse coalition of community and university organizations joined forces to sponsor an evening of intellectual exchange on the international situation in the wake of the events of Sept. 11. The assembled speakers discussed the terrorist attacks in political, historical and global contexts.
There are those who think ignorance is bliss. It is better not to know. It is better to go about our days as zombies and let others deal with things.
No matter what meal plan a student chooses, he is rarely satisfied. Declining balance provides convenience, but at a price; meal plans offer cheaper food, but at set hours and in pre-determined quantities.
At UB, with its large commuter population, parking is a major difficulty for students, faculty and administrators alike. University officials are beginning to address the parking predicament with a study conducted by Pennsylvania consulting firm Chance Management Services.
One week after classes began, residents in 102-D Hadley Village were forced to evacuate when the building's sprinklers were activated, drenching the building's interior.
They overflowed the pews, spilling into the vestibule and out on to Main Street.